Pet Friendly Holiday Moray

Scotland's North East Coast is in an idyllic position surrounded by the stunning Moray firth coastline, Cairngorms national park, and part of the famous whisky trail. This peaceful location is a pawfect for a hound hideaway in one of Scotland's oldest tiny towns.

 

  • Honey Cottage, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
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    Welcome to Honey Cottage, your perfect holiday escape in the charming village of Auchnarrow, nestled in the heart of the stunning Highlands. With breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and a plethora of outdoor adventures waiting to be explored, your stay at Honey Cottage promises an unforgettable experience in this idyllic Scottish destination.
    Auchnarrow is a tranquil haven for nature enthusiasts and culture seekers alike. The village is surrounded by majestic mountains, crystal-clear lochs, and dense forests, making it a haven for hikers, cyclists, and nature lovers. Whether you’re a seasoned outdoor enthusiast or just looking for a leisurely stroll, the Highlands have something for everyone. The nearby Cairngorms National Park offers a multitude of hiking trails, including the famous Speyside Way, which winds its way through the picturesque Spey Valley.
    For those with a penchant for adventure, the Highlands offer a wealth of exciting activities. The River Spey, renowned for its salmon fishing, presents an opportunity to cast your line and experience the thrill of angling. Or perhaps you’d prefer to explore the region’s many whiskey distilleries, savouring the fine Scotch whisky for which the Highlands are celebrated. If you’re seeking a deeper connection with Scotland’s history and culture, the Highlands will not disappoint. Visit historic castles, such as Ballindalloch Castle and Cawdor Castle, to step back in time and learn about the region’s fascinating past. And don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the local Highland games, where you can witness traditional sports, enjoy Scottish music, and taste regional delicacies.
    The village of Auchnarrow itself is a quaint gem with friendly locals and a warm atmosphere. Its traditional charm is perfectly complemented by its proximity to the natural wonders of the Highlands, making it an ideal base for your Highland adventure. Discover the enchanting beauty and captivating experiences that Auchnarrow and the Highlands have to offer when you make Honey Cottage your home away from home. Your unforgettable journey awaits in this picturesque corner of Scotland.
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  • Woodside Cottage, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Nestling in 24 acres of natural grounds and woodland, this lovely detached holiday cottage is in a beautiful, remote, sheltered location within easy reach of Dufftown. It enjoys direct views of heather clad hills and the majestic Ben Rinnes from the back garden, and regular sighting of local wildlife including red deer. Guests can collect fresh eggs from the hens, and are welcome to explore and enjoy of the grounds surrounding the property. Enjoy walking, fishing, skiing, horse riding and birdwatching locally. Shop, pub and restaurant 4 miles.
    £68
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  • Haugh House, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Aberlour, Scotland
    This lovely detached family holiday home is situated in a super location within the attractive village of Aberlour in glorious Speyside. On a small private estate, the house backs onto a lovely riverside walk along the banks of the Spey and is furnished and equipped to a good standard. Peaceful and quiet yet within walking distance of Aberlour’s interesting shops and eateries, the house makes a wonderful base to relax and enjoy the area’s many attractions. Accessed by a gate from the rear garden, the Speyside Way, as it is known, meanders through the village, through Strathspey down to Tomintoul taking in many well known distilleries on the Whisky Trail - ideal for walkers and cyclists alike. There is a large choice of golf courses within an hour’s drive and fishing can be arranged on the river with day permits available locally. The excellent beaches of the Moray Firth are just 20 miles away, notably Lossiemouth and Nairn, and the historic town of Elgin with its cathedral and Cashmere Centre is worth a visit. Come and enjoy! Beach 20 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.
    £114
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  • Shedend, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Nether Dallachy, Scotland
    This lovely, cosy, semi-detached holiday cottage is within the peaceful hamet of Nether Dallachy, just a mile from Spey Bay on the beautiful Moray coast. Styled in a mixture of antique and contemporary fittings, the cottage is all on one level and makes a good choice for the less able bodied too, as there is direct access into the house from the French doors at the rear which open onto a small enclosed sitting area with lovely views across the fields. Spey Bay is home to the National Whale and Dolphin Centre and is a wonderful area for spotting many species of wildlife including minke whales, bottlenose dolphins, ospreys, seals and much more. There are spectacular views over the sea towards the mountains of Caithness from the long shingle beach, and the world famous Spey Bay Golf Club is at the other end. For walkers, the Speyside Way passes close by and runs from Buckie on the shore of the Moray coast to Aviemore. The Whisky Trail is nearby and there are good fishing opportunities on the River Spey itself. If all this activity is too much, just relax by the woodburner and enjoy the peace. Beach 1 mile. Shop and pub 4 miles, restaurant 1 mile.
    £46
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  • Acarsaid Cottage, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    This homely, semi-detached, former fisherman’s cottage is set in the heart of Portknockie, with sea views from both upstairs bedrooms. Perfect for families and couples, this comfortable, three-bedroomed property has plenty of space for everyone to relax in. Decorated and furnished to a very good standard, it also benefits from a large, enclosed, rear garden. It is well within walking distance of the double basin harbour and a local fish and chip shop.
    Portknockie is a real gem in the heart of the Buckie coastline. With dramatic and ever changing sea views, it is a wonderful place for walkers and those who love to take in the local scenery. The neighbouring village of Cullen, about 2 miles away, is definitely worth a visit. Why not try the local delicacy of cullen skink (a thick soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and onions) while you are there? If you are a keen golfer, then there are several courses within easy reach. The working fishing town of Buckie is about 4 miles away, and from here you can take a boat trip on the Gemini Explorer to search for the Moray Firth dolphins. Or, further afield at Spey Bay, you will find the popular Scottish Dolphin Centre and Nature Reserve. The famous Speyside Whisky Trail is also within easy reach and should not be missed. Beach 170 yards. Shop and pub 170 yards, restaurant 2 miles.
    £74
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  • Hawthorn House, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this gorgeous Highland home, where you will be greeted with beautiful decoration and stylish Scottish touches. Situated in stunning Tomintoul, Hawthorn House is a perfect spot to enjoy this wonderful part of Scotland.

    Set in the heart of the village, Hawthorn House can sleep up to eight people in four bedrooms, one of which is downstairs. Benefiting from a lovely wood burner, this home is very spacious, yet still has a welcoming and cosy feeling throughout. A modern and spacious kitchen with large windows overlooking the garden also adds to the attractiveness of the property. A lovely, large garden is the perfect place to enjoy some outdoor family time, and being fully enclosed means the adults can relax while the kids and dogs play.

    Hawthorn House is within easy strolling distance of the village square where you can enjoy a coffee or browse through the local gift shops. Stock up on essentials at the village store and newsagent. Treat yourselves to a fabulous meal in the lovely restaurant and there are also a few village pubs in which to sample the locally produced beverages... all wait to welcome you in this picturesque setting.

    Tomintoul, sitting in the Cairngorm mountain range, is believed to be the highest village in the Highlands, the perfect location from which to explore the area’s many attractions. You will be well placed for winter sports at the Lecht Ski Centre, or enjoy the activities on offer at the surrounding Glenlivet Estate. Here you can walk or cycle the many paths, all whilst appreciating the stunning Scottish scenery and local wildlife.
    From Hawthorn House you can easily access the famous Scottish Whisky Trail, with the Glenlivet distillery only 5 miles away and many other distilleries located in and around Dufftown, approximately 18 miles away. The diverse town of Aviemore, situated in the Cairngorms National Park, is 25 miles away and provides a fun filled family day out. Whether you want to visit the mountains, lochs, the Highland Wildlife Park or the Landmark Forest Adventure Park, you will find something for everyone under an hour’s drive away. The Queens Scottish residence, Braemar in Royal Deeside, is approximately 30 miles away. Explore this historical region and see how the Royal Family live. We cannot forget the dramatic North Coast with the beaches of Nairn and Lossiemouth within driving distance. Shops, pubs and restaurant 175 yards.
    £155
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  • Nether Clashnoir, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    This lovely detached cottage is set amongst the rolling hills and stunning scenery of Glenlivet, in the heart of the Whisky Trail. Inside, attractive décor combines with comfortable furnishings to produce a cosy and homely atmosphere. The entrance vestibule has plenty of room for storing outdoor boots and coats, and the kitchen/dining room opens onto a sun room at the rear. This in turn leads onto a raised lawned garden, complete with summerhouse and wood-fired hot tub, where you can sit back in the warm water and admire the wonderful panoramic views beyond the garden. The sun room is a lovely place to curl up with a book or to enjoy a meal after a busy day sightseeing.
    An ideal base for relaxing and exploring this wonderful part of the Scottish Highlands, Nether Clashnoir is situated approximately half-way between Aberdeen and Inverness. For the whisky connoisseur, there are many distilleries to visit including ’The Glenlivet’, the Macallan, the Balvenie and Glenfiddich.
    Throughout this wild and romantic region, many castles, houses and gardens are open to the public including Ballindalloch Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland. From a sporting perspective there is plenty to do in the area, from fishing on the great Spey and Avon rivers, to walking, golfing, cycling at the nearby Glenlivet mountain bike trails or skiing at the Lecht. With other excellent sporting activities in and around the local area, guests will be spoilt for choice. Visit Carrbridge, home to the famous Landmark Centre where young and old can enjoy the various outdoor activities, or for a complete contrast take a trip up to the beautiful beaches of the Moray Coast, which is within easy driving distance.
    £72
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  • Seafield Lodge, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    Seafield Lodge is a fantastic two-bedroom ground floor apartment situated in an iconic local building in the centre of Grantown-on-Spey, Cairngorms National Park. The accommodation is finished to a very good standard and offers great open-plan living. The living/dining/kitchen benefits from an enormous amount of natural light pouring in from the front of the house. The feature fireplace in the open-plan living space is a real treat and you’ll enjoy lighting it when you return from long days out exploring in the national park.

    Seafield Lodge really does offer an excellent space for the family to get together and relax after Cairngorm adventures. The kitchen has everything needed to rustle up a storm to feed a hungry family. The two bedrooms are at the rear of the property. The double bedroom has patio doors onto the small garden, which is perfect for those wishing to bring up to two well-behaved dogs.

    The real bonus of staying at Seafield Lodge is the location. Tucked away on a quiet, mature street in Grantown-on-Spey, you’re only a two-minute walk to the high street where there are many nice places to eat and drink during your stay. The River Spey is also only a short walk away, so those interested in fishing this great river are in prime position by staying at Seafield Lodge. The River Spey is the second most productive salmon river in Scotland and the best sea-trout river in Scotland; And amazingly, the Strathspey Angling Improvement Association which manages the stretch of river around Grantown and the wider area offers day permits for only £55 and you can fish for a week for £215.

    Forty minutes north from Grantown you will reach the Moray Firth coastline and the celebrated Castle Stuart Golf Links. For the discerning golfer there are many great courses to try at fantastic green fee rates. The Cairngorms National Park offers amazing hiking, biking and skiing opportunities. There are countless trails to stroll off on low down, and up onto the plateau. Road cycling and mountain biking are very popular from Grantown too with many routes to try.

    Not only is this a summer destination, year-round there are things to see and do. Why not come for both a summer and winter break to see how the Cairngorms change from one beautiful version of itself to another?
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  • Portknockie Escape, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    This is the perfect family location sleeping four guests comfortably in the coastal town of Portknockie which is located in the stunning North-east of Scotland. The property has a very cosy kitchen-dining area sitting room and is beautifully furnished and finished after a full renovation. It has a relaxed sea-side feel which is ideal for friends or family who want the perfect get away to recharge. Portknockie is a great place for walkers and those who love to take in the local scenery. The neighbouring village of Cullen, about 2 miles away, is very much worth a visit. The local delicacy of cullen skink (a thick soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and onions) is very historical and a great dish to try. You can take a boat trip on the Gemini Explorer to search for dolphins in the Moray Firth from Buckie, a working fishing town about 4 miles away. Or, further afield at Spey Bay, you will find the popular Scottish Dolphin Centre and Nature Reserve. The famous Speyside Whisky Trail is also within easy reach and should not be missed.
    £67
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  • Dallas Brae, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    Enjoying a lovely quiet setting only a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the town, this substantial detached property has been furnished and equipped to a good standard to ensure as comfortable and relaxing holiday as possible. A warm Highland welcome awaits you at Dallas Brae which makes a perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of the Highlands of Scotland. Grantown-on-Spey is a small town located on the edge of the spectacular Cairngorms National Park and is surrounded by ancient woodlands with a unique habitat, which supports a large variety of wildlife. The area is a popular all year round holiday destination due to the large range of outdoor pursuits available, along with a range of amenities second to none.
    Situated half way between the Cairngorm and Lecht ski centres, where you can ski and snow board or climb and walk in some of Scotland’s most scenic areas. Amongst the many activities available are mountain biking, kayaking and gorge walking, clay pigeon shooting, golf, fishing and zip lining to name just a few. Take a trip along the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail or visit some of the lovely fishing villages dotted along the Moray coastline. Visit the nearby Craggan Outdoor Centre just on the edge of the town, where you can experience a large range of outdoor pursuits. Slightly further afield visit the Landmark Forest Adventure Park in the Carrbridge, the Highland Wildlife Park at Kingussie or take a trip up into the Cairngorms mountain range on the funicular railway and see the reindeer in the Cairngorm Centre or board the steam train for an exciting trip through the beautiful countryside. The vibrant town of Aviemore is just 15 miles, where you can enjoy a wide range of restaurants, pubs and shops. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or just want a relaxing holiday, Dallas Brae will tick all the boxes. Beach 23 miles. Shop and restaurant 100 yards, pub 200 yards.
    £91
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